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Forum Name: T3 Wheel help
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Topic: fitting BBS’s
Posted By: monsho
Subject: fitting BBS’s
Date Posted: 23 Apr 07 at 17:43
ok, got my new wheels - are off an Audi so presumed they needed boring
out. had a look yesterday and they have these centering rings fitted
(green
bit in pic)



now, I think the bore behind them is big enough, but how do these rings
come out? there is a metal ring holding it in place which I can't seem to
shift, is it just a case of twatting it from the outside until it pops off? don't
want to break it.

If the bore of the wheel is more than the required should I get a set of the
rings to fit snug over my hubs or will i get away without them?

cheers



Replies:
Posted By: DeeDub
Date Posted: 23 Apr 07 at 18:05

hi monsho, thats a spiggot ring. it will come out with persuasion.it has a metal ring like a circlip holding it in. abit of lube incase or corrosion then give it a tap. perhaps have those rings machined to fit.

 



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Posted By: monsho
Date Posted: 23 Apr 07 at 22:36
yeah, thought a tap should shift them, didn't want to bray it and knack the
lot...

should be easy enough to have them whittled down...

ta


Posted By: Baxter
Date Posted: 23 Apr 07 at 23:53

Flick the metal ring out with a couple of small scrodgers.

I can see you have been scratting at it!



Posted By: monsho
Date Posted: 24 Apr 07 at 08:17
weren't me guv!

scrodgers??? sounds like a yorkshire Charv???


Posted By: Tee3
Date Posted: 24 Apr 07 at 21:23
you dont have any scrodgers?

theyre like screwdrivers, but used for scrodging instead of driving screws...




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Posted By: monsho
Date Posted: 24 Apr 07 at 21:59
ok, may be a fik northerner, but what is a scrodger, or scrodging - is the
person who does this a scrodgerer?


Posted By: Tee3
Date Posted: 24 Apr 07 at 22:35
its an implement for generally prying, twatting, or poking stuff.

You know on snap on stuff it says "Not to be used as a pry bar or lever"?

Well, snap on dont make scrodgers

Northern f**kers, they know nowt dunt they...




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Posted By: monsho
Date Posted: 25 Apr 07 at 08:29
well thats cleared that up, will try a bit of scrodgering later, shall I pop to
tool trade and pick up one of their finest scrodgering devices?


Posted By: Grantus
Date Posted: 25 Apr 07 at 12:21
Just remember whilst doing it:

"Don't use force!" - Get a bigger Hammer!


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